I finally finished Piglet’s Quiet Book! Oh my goodness! It took forever. But I am so happy with it. If you’ve never heard of a quiet book, it’s basically a felt book with different activities that are designed to keep your toddler quiet during times where being loud isn’t good; i.e. church.
There are a lot of Bible-themed ones on the web but they are incredibly detailed, so I went for an easier version with just activities. All the patterns (with the exception of the dog page) are from Imagine Our Life.
My book only has 10 pages but she has tons. It was hard to choose which ones to do! But luckily, the binding of the book is a couple rings so I can always add more pages if I’m feeling froggy.
I had a hard time figuring out how to actually use the grommets, so I sat on the project for a little bit because I had no clue how they worked and I wondered if I had just wasted a ton of time. But luckily, I figured it out and I finished the book.
So, here we go!
This is the first page, a dinosaur and a baby. The egg lifts up to reveal a baby.
The little owl is on a ribbon and comes out the tree, there’s also a little bird hidden on the tree. On the dog page, the dog can come out and eat his food and water.
The socks all come out of the washer and have magnets in them. It’s a fun matching game.
There’s a bead counting page, up to the number 6. And then the mailbox is full of letters that you can pull out and play with.
All the animals in the train are little finger puppets.
And finally a little winter page, the seal is just for looks and the penguin is also on a string and can leave his igloo.
So, there is it. It’s super cute. My husband even wants to play with it too.
I am so happy I stuck with the project because I think it turned out great.
And Piglet loves it.